Julietta de MEYER (1879-1969), citizen of Fribourg, originally from Oeschgen AG (Switzerland), daughter of Count Jules de MEYER, (1829-1907) and Maria POCOBELLI (1852-1930).
(Juliette) de Meyer married in 1906 (wedding photo), Dr. Jean-Marie MUSY,
attorney-at-law, born in Albeuve (Switzerland) in 1876. Jean-Marie Musy was elected in 1914 to the National Council in Bern. In 1919, he was elected Federal Councillor and devoted all of his strength to the arduous task as the head of the Finance and Customs Department. He was nominated Vice-President in 1924 and elected President of Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) in 1925 and 1930.
Julietta and Jean-Marie Musy had seven children: Marie-Thérèse Musy (1907-1907), Marie-Christine Musy
(1908-1954), Pierre Musy (1910-1990), Christophe Musy (1911?-1914?), Benoît Musy (1917-1956), Vérène Musy (1915-2001), and Luigi Musy (1922-1991).